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A Full-Color E Ink Screen Means Your Next Kindle Might Be Great For Magazines

Despite competition from tablets boasting full-color LCD displays, devices that use black and white electronic paper, like Amazon’s Kindle, have remained popular. And now that E Ink has created the first full-color electronic paper, e-readers have found yet another way to remain relevant. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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A Full-Color E Ink Screen Means Your Next Kindle Might Be Great For Magazines

Despite competition from tablets boasting full-color LCD displays, devices that use black and white electronic paper, like Amazon’s Kindle, have remained popular. And now that E Ink has created the first full-color electronic paper, e-readers have found yet another way to remain relevant. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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A Full-Color E Ink Screen Means Your Next Kindle Might Be Great For Magazines

Despite competition from tablets boasting full-color LCD displays, devices that use black and white electronic paper, like Amazon’s Kindle, have remained popular. And now that E Ink has created the first full-color electronic paper, e-readers have found yet another way to remain relevant. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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A Full-Color E Ink Screen Means Your Next Kindle Might Be Great For Magazines

Despite competition from tablets boasting full-color LCD displays, devices that use black and white electronic paper, like Amazon’s Kindle, have remained popular. And now that E Ink has created the first full-color electronic paper, e-readers have found yet another way to remain relevant. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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A Full-Color E Ink Screen Means Your Next Kindle Might Be Great For Magazines

Despite competition from tablets boasting full-color LCD displays, devices that use black and white electronic paper, like Amazon’s Kindle, have remained popular. And now that E Ink has created the first full-color electronic paper, e-readers have found yet another way to remain relevant. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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Otterbox’s New uniVERSE System Lets You Clip on Accessories as You Need Them

Over the past couple months we’ve seen several trends dominating the smartphone accessory market: firstly, users want modular accessibility—in other words, phones should be customizable, depending on the user’s hobbies and needs; secondly, users are tired of having to remove their phones from its case in order to enhance their device. Otterbox’s new Universe case […]

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The Olympus Stylus Tough TG-Tracker Lives up to Its Name

Olympus has just announced a serious new action camera, the Stylus Tough TG-Tracker. Unlike some other action cameras which require protective casing to perform under pressure, the new Olympus unit is self-protecting. The TG-Tracker is capable of waterproof up to 30m/100ft, shockproof from 2.1m/7ft, freezeproof to -10C/+14F and crushproof to 100kgf/220lbf while capturing photos at 8MP. The […]

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Apple Plans to Unveil a Dramatically Different MacBook Pro in 2016

Reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is back at it again. The KGI Securities employee recently revealed that the Cupertino tech giant is planning to unveil a dramatically different MacBook Pro later on this year, with notable improvements including a “thinner and lighter” construction and design cues taken from the 12-inch MacBook. Kuo also reveals that Touch […]

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The Arlo Skye Carry-On Is One of Today’s Most Technical Suitcases

Aiming to make stressful traveling a thing of the past, the Arlo Skye suitcase collection features a plethora of well-considered components that not only improve its overall durability as a safe haven for all your possessions, but also cater to the little headaches often encountered en route. Coated in an aluminum-magnesium composite, the team behind […]

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Google’s Modular ARA Phone Is Still in the Works, and Better Than Before

Google previously announced “Project Ara,” a modular smartphone where various pieces of hardware could be clipped on for a myriad of uses. Well, we haven’t heard much from the project for awhile, but it’s far from dead. In fact, Project Ara has its own business unit within Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group, and […]

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Levi’s and Google Team up on a Smart Jacket That Can Answer Calls and Go in the Wash

During last year’s Google I/O conference, the tech giant announced Project Jacquard in association with Levi’s. This was a smart fabric that could do things like answer calls. Well, during this year’s I/O conference, the final product was unveiled. The denim jacket will feature built-in smart fabric sensors which will allow wearers to control their […]

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